Greek culture swings into Baltimore
October 17, 2012 by James
The Greek Food and Cultural Festival will take place at the Annunciation Cathedral at the start of next month and will be a celebration of all things Greek. There will be Greek food and pastries, live musical performances, Greek dancing, Greek wine and beer, tours of the cathedral, children’s activities, a sports bar, a silent auction, cultural exhibits, and vendors.
Vendors who set up camp at the festival will be selling a wide variety of items including jewelry, artwork, ceramics, and Greek groceries. The festival will allow those of Greek heritage to celebrate their culture as well as introduce the general community to the culture, folklore, and history of Greece. With the range of activities and goods on offer, there is more than likely to be something that will appeal to every member of the family.
Organizers of the festival are no doubt working with Baltimore printing companies to prepare. They are likely to be availing themselves of banner printing and flyer printing services, among other things, as is common in the promotion of events like this. A banner hung outside the venue will let those who happen to just pass by that the event is happening, while a flyer distributed throughout the community will no doubt draw some people to the event who might not have considered it.
Baltimore is all set to go Greek from November 2 – 4. Admission is free and free parking is also available. For more information, call 410-727-1831.